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thousands are filling the streets in hong kong for the 11th straight weekend of protest, pro-democracy demonstrators say these protests are taking a peaceful approach in defiance of a police band. plus, there are growing complaints over dirty and follows smelling part trains and stations. now, the transit agency is hiring more cleaning crews. more from the director on a hiring plan. from ktvu fox 2 news. this is mornings on 2.
>> welcome to mornings on 2, it is sunday, august 18, along with clotting, i am frank, we have rosemary to tell us about what should be a good day i guess. >> camp temperatures continuing to cool down. it was nice today over areas towards the oakland a's game. >> they one. >> it was a great one. we will continue to see the cooling trend. today is expected to be the coolest day. as we get into your work week ahead, temperatures slowly rebounding. outside our doors at this hour, what a beautiful view there. we do have a mix of sun and clouds once again. we do have partly to mostly cloudy skies right along the coastline. temperatures are expected to be mild as we get into your afternoon today, if we can actually take a look at whether one guidance at a for the two, there you go. are the clouds along the coastline and inside the north bay, over the east bay as well. temperatures are within a few degrees of where we started yesterday, we are cooler in
areas. 53 degrees to start your morning in napa. in san francisco, mostly cloudy and 57. upper 50s to low 60s along the east bay shore and into the south bay. 61 for san jose. the wind will remain onshore. right now we have a light variable wind out there, you can see half moon bay reporting a southerly breeze of 18 miles per hour. hayward reporting nine, and sfo at seven. mostly sunny skies along the coastline, and take a look at those numbers. low 60s along the coast, low 80s well inland. 82 expected for antioch. closer to the shore 73 in oakland, 66 downtown san francisco, and for the north bay, upper 70s expected. temperatures begin to warm up as early as tomorrow, i have details on the extended forecast coming up. 7:02, authorities in northern california are looking for a hiker who has been
missing since last sunday. the trinity county sheriff's office says 34-year-old daniel cummins is an experienced hiker. he was on a five day hike to the trinity alps. but, was reported missing wednesday, when he did not return home. authorities say he has a cell phone and a gps tracker on him, but they cannot get a signal from either device. officials have found his car, other backpackers say they saw him sunday, but not since then. a registered sex offender is considered high risk and is in jail this morning after police say he chased several women in separate incidents in san rafael. at least three women reported being chased or followed by a man, matching the same description yesterday morning. 39-year-old willie jones was arrested after the third woman ran into a building where she works and called 911. when police arrived, jones climbed onto a nearby roof and surrendered after two hours of negotiations. police say jones had been released from jail on august 9. and, was out of compliance with his sex offender registration requirement. time is 7:03. a san francisco man is in jail
after being accused of assaulting and robbing an employee at the mall in san bruno. police say 21-year-old are nelly samuel trinidad walked into a store after 11:00 yesterday morning. police say he stole personal items from an employee and merchandise before he took off. he was arrested a short time later during a traffic stop. happening today, the group safe will hold a news conference to raise concerns about an attack in san francisco last weekend. video i am sure you have seen shows a woman being attacked as she tried to get into her apartment building. the judge released the suspect in the case within 72 hours. similar incidents have increased census city announced a proposed homeless navigation center along the embarcadero. women in the video would join the group at 10:00 this morning to speak out against that proposed homeless center. hundreds of people rallied at san francisco hall demanding strict gun laws after all of the recent shootings.
>> not one more! not one more! >> the crown to demand a congress return to work and pascal legislations that could reduce the number of shootings in america. most ratings are from two groups, moms demand actions, and every town for gun safety. some people we talked to explain why they are taking the issue so personally. >> we walk into a classroom, we sit by the door and think what i be the first to get shot. we look around the room, and we think what would we use to throw at the shooter? >> my own daughter was in kindergarten during sandy hook, when sandy hook happened. after, she started to have lockdown drills at her school. >> many of the people at last night riley said after the most recent shootings they are noticing more concerns form more people and for a longer
period of time than ever before. the outcry for tough gun laws is affecting some members of congress. the house judiciary committee plans to return to work september 4,five days earlier than scheduled. judiciary chair jared nasser is going to consider a series of bills including one that would ban equipment that allows guns to shoot more than 10 rounds before reloading. maslow says there will be a hearing on military style assault weapons. the previous ban on those guns expired in 2004. an update on what's been called the largest mass shooting a philadelphia police in decades. the suspect, maurice hill, arraigned yesterday. that is where attempted murder charges were officially filed against him. he is accused of shooting six officers during a more than seven hour standoff wednesday. authorities say the 36-year-old man was armed with an ar 15 semiautomatic rifle and a handgun. pennsylvania's governor is wasting little time unveiling a new gun violence prevention plan. tom wolfe signed an executive order directing state and local agencies to focus more resources on preventing gun violence. that order calls for the creation of a special counsel to come up with a new plan. state police are also being
ordered to expand and support gun buyback programs, as well as increased monitoring of hate groups and white nationalists. not one update to the point and protest. police say 13 people were arrested yesterday during dwelling demonstrations. several far right groups organized the demonstration, and that plan to members of nt for to show up. police say 1200 people participated at the peak of those protests. several weapons were seized including chemical spray, metal poles, nines knives and a stun gun. reported brother kelly has details on the demonstration. >> reporter: hundreds of demonstrators from far right groups made their way to the east bank esplanade in northeast portland saturday morning. >> not protesting, just here for a political march and to stand up for the president. >> reporter: crowd of boys and other groups carried american flags and war make america
great again hats as the mass of protesters walked across the morrison bridge to waterfront park where they were met by antifascist counter protesters. >> i am here because i want freedom. i have been called a brown , that is ridiculous. >> reporter: during one of the only occasions in which both groups came face-to-face, things stayed relatively calm, and right-wing demonstrators danced to loud music. >> this is my first time here. i don't know what, minors are all over the place. >> reporter: patriot prayer leader joey gibson making an appearance as well, just one day after turning himself into law enforcement for felony writing charges. he later bailed himself out of the county jail. demonstrators then marched over to the hawthorne bridge and back to the east side, where rally organizer joe biggs made the announcement, it is time to go home. >> we pretended to be the bid big bag bogeyman.
it was all a big troll. >> reporter: in the middle of our interview, biggs ran to a crash between white wing demonstrators and a counter protesters. that man was pulled from the chaos by police and later let go. demonstrators then dispersed and loaded into buses and personal cars, telling me, they consider this a peaceful protest, and a success. happening right now, protesters in hong kong have turned streets into a river of umbrellas, as rain is pouring down during the latest pro- democracy demonstration being held there. sarah joins us live, she is in our newsroom. there have been weekend marches in hong kong for nearly 3 months now. good morning. >> reporter: this movement is being called the largest popular uprising in hong kong in years. today, tens of thousands of protesters rallied at a park, then marched and filled a major road in hong kong.
police approved the rally but not the march. demonstrators filled the streets because the park was too small to hold the huge group. organizers today ask for a peaceful rally after several weeks of violence. there are no reports of this point of clashes between the demonstrators and police. the pro-democracy group started their protest 11 weeks ago to a place opposing extradition bill to china. while the government suspended the bill, protesters also with the city's leaders to resign. he wants democratic elections and an independent investigation into police use of force. one protest organizer said today is a day of peace, but said they won't back down. >> we are allowed to say that hong kong will soldier on until our demands are heard and responded by the government. and if the tactic is to wait for our campaign to die down, they are simply dead wrong. >> reporter: and the last two months, more than 700 protesters have been arrested.
many were charged with writing, which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. up next, a san francisco court is paving the way for tougher immigration policies. >>, head of customs and border protection is responding. plus, missing fire sprinklers, carbon monoxide detectors, and a broken fire alarm at a second community college campus, who is being hired to make sure fires do not break out on campus, more when we come back.
blocking a couple of lanes. they are also working on the tracks on the bart stations between walnut creek and orinda. we did see it backed up within the next couple of hours will we looked at this saturday morning. sunday morning, we are looking at the same thing. things don't get back to morning until 7 am. there is a look at the traffic map. you can see yellow and orange as it gets a little slower in that area. keep that in mind if you are making travel plans this morning. 2 investigates and exposes broken fire alarms at a community college in oakland. they learned the community college district is showing out some $12,000 a week to just have guards make sure nothing catches fire. within hours of that report, the fire marshal visited another campus. 2 investigates brick so rosa explains that school has been put on notice. >> reporter: there were so many code violations that the oakland fire department put laney college on notice.
>> is that acceptable to you? >> obviously not. >> who do you think dropped the ball? >> reporter: for months, failing fire alarms have cost parole to community college district more than $360,000. laney college has been on fire watch since january. >> the good news is, we are not going to remain on far watch. >> reporter: chancellor francis white says progress is being made. but, laney college still does not have all of the alarm panels and code violations addressed. work is expected to be completed by mid september. now, a new problem. merit college in the oakland hills joined laney on fire watch. records show this month the fire marshal found all five buildings with alarm issues. additionally missing sprinklers, missing carbon monoxide detectors. doors that don't latch, and extension cords plugged into one another. >> it is unsettling to see that. i think the goal is to make sure
maintenance and operations are always at a level where you do not worry about that kind of thing happening. >> reporter: instead of hiring a security company, merit college is hiring its own students to patrol for fires. campus security aids will check for signs of smoke, fire, or trouble once an hour of every day. it comes at a cost of nearly $6000 a week. a big savings compared to the thousands more spent on professional guards at laney college. the district says it is experience for students training for careers in law enforcement. this is just the latest in a long list of issues first exposed by two investigates early this year. covered in car bird, emergency calls will not work here. from blue emergency phones to broken elevators, and the downright disgusting. while many things are finally being fixed, the basic fire feet safety system is lacking,
making many, including the teachers union fearful. >> faculty, students, staff, administrators have been working in facilities that were unsafe for so long. of course it is a concern for us. we hope it is resolved before something terrible happens. >> reporter: thursday and friday, teachers went through active shooter and campus safety training. the district says it wants all of staff to be prepared and students come back to school next week. if you have information about the community college district we should know about, call our tip line and leave a message. or send an email to ktvu 2 email@example.com. another victim of last year's devastating campfire has been identified. dubuque county sheriff's office positively identified the remains of to decipher of paradise. the 68-year-old woman was one of 86 people who perished in the wildfi
three people have been identified, but not yet named by the sheriff's office. two other victims remain unknown. in the aftermath of the campfire, authorities used dna testing to identify bone fragments and other remains of the victims, which they say has been a very slow process. crews are battling the wildfire in mariposa county. cal fire says the gains fire has burned about 1300 acres so far. the fire is only 30% contained. cal fire tackling the fire from the ground, and from the air. people who live in the area have been told to prepare for evacuations eventually. so far, no structures have been damaged. there are about 20 structures in harms way. the jury in the go ship warehouse trial is set to resume deliberations tomorrow. the defendants each phase 36 counts of manslaughter if found guilty. last week, the jury requested to have some testimony from the trial rewrite to them. that included some of our
minutes testimony. last thursday, they asked to hear a read back of testimony from witness carmen brito. she was a goat ship tenet described how she escaped the flames. 7:18, let's get you outside. the fog has returned. you can hear most of the bay area clapping. welcome to say. >> the onshore breeze continues this morning. temperatures are expected to take another dip as we get into the afternoon. some of our warmer spots into the low 80s. this is a beautiful shot here. very artistic almost with the water looking a bit steel. we have blue skies above. we can see cloud cover as well. as we look off towards the west, we have san francisco in the distance. here is another view of san francisco. we are waking up with partly cloudy skies around the bay, partly sunny along the coast, and temperatures nice. upper 50s in santa rosa as well as san francisco. 64 in oakland, livermore at 66, and good morning san jose at 61. the 24-hour temperature change
shows a we are following temperature wise. carlos is down by five, livermore down by five, over the north bay, napa down by four. the most of us within a few degrees of where we started yesterday morning. view of the wind, light through the region. fairfield, the onshore breeze through your area right there, 28 miles per hour. the gusts, that means the cool pacific air continues to move through. as we get through your future cast today, we will have partly sunny skies on the coast once again, turning to partly cloudy. the rest of us will be clear. take a look at the color coding on those temperatures. 60s along the coastline, 60s and 70s right around the bay, our inland areas enjoying upper 70s to low 80s it is going to be a really nice one. if you are going to see, the a's play this afternoon, game time is one of five. partly sunny skies to partly cloudy. 70 degrees, and a southwest breeze 250 miles per hour. for the north bay, we will go 75, upper 70s for petaluma, 79 degrees expected for santa rosa.
upper 60s by the water. the east bay, 72 alameda, upper 70s castro valley. low 80s expected for antioch as well as livermore. into the south bay, upper 70s for san jose, 79 for saratoga. a nice mild to warm 79 expected for santa cruz. as we head towards the peninsula, 77 redwood city. 66 for san francisco, and low 60s expected along the coastline. getting into the forecast, notice temperatures begin to warm as early as tomorrow. it will be just a minor warm-up for your bay area monday. warmer on tuesday, definitely feeling it by tuesday, our inland areas back into the low 90s. wednesday ends into thursday, made to perhaps upper 90s. >> i was telling a friend yesterday as we were freezing last night outside, and we were like it's cold. it was cold and windy. like it is supposed to be 90s later this week. they are like what, no. that is what rosemary said.
that's how it goes this time of year. this man has not taken a step in his entire life. that has not stopped the man from exploring the world, the invention that helped him do it, coming up. plus, high mother and daughter are making sure students have suicide crisis hotline information right on their student ids.
students at a wisconsin school have information on the student ids this year. all of the cards will have information about the student at suicide crisis line. ellie patrick and her mom robin went to the school principal with the idea after one of ellie's friends committed suicide earlier this year. they say they want to help kids who need someone to talk to. >> i want people to know that they can go somewhere that they can contact people, so they know where to go to get help. we cannot save everybody. but if we can help some, whether that is a simple id card, we just need ideas. and need to pursue it, because this is the second leading cause of death in teenagers. >> robin and ellie say they plan to petition for other schools to have the program. a number of california universities are ranked in the top 10 as the best colleges by money magazine.
uc irvine is number one, ucla, there we go. and uc davis came in at number four. stanford is number five, number six is uc san diego, number nine is uc berkeley. this is the top 10 coming in at number 11. the list weighed a number of factors including tuition, graduation rates, and early career earnings. happening right now, the oakland triathlon winding through the streets and waterways of oakland. the race kicked off this morning at oaklands estuary jack london aquatic center. after this one, athletes will transition to a run on water street over the railroad tracks and around lake merritt to pick up their bikes for the bike course. enjoy. >> what a morning to take a swing. a santa clara county supervisor providing a sales tax increase to promote expansion. >> up next, the uphill battle the increase could face is another supervisor says the increase would impact the poor or than the wealthy.
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2. we have a birds eye view, that is highway 24. they are still doing some maintenance work on the track, replacing the track near the lafayette bart station. if you are hoping to take bart between walnut creek and orinda, you are out of luck. there is a bus bridge there. if you are heading east on 24, you will run into traffic. those trains down there are taking up at least one, perhaps two lanes and it bottlenecked quite a bit yesterday when they started all of this. it will go on for a month and a half. have your patience if you are on 24 in the east bay today. >> 60 for the weekend. it won't be continuous. >> it could take a little time. that part track is him is 50 years old. good to have you back, 7:30, i am frank. >> i am clotting. rosemary is here with a look at our weather. as many times as you said it will cool down, it is still shocking for those of us who didn't have air conditioning, we were sweltering two days ago. >> i actually put on a jacket last night, i was at what is
happening. bundling up like it is winter. we had a nice drop in temperatures come our way into the afternoon, for some of the evening. actually a bit cool. i have been hearing from claudia and frank, giving you a look across the bay. isn't that a gorgeous be there? partly cloudy skies in the bay area, partly sunny along the coastline. the onshore breeze is still glowing. we are looking at temperatures taking an additional drop for the afternoon. here is a look at the current temperatures. 58 degrees in santa rosa, 58 in san francisco, 64 to start your day in oakland, low 60s for san jose. temperatures are down but if you degrees over areas of the inter-east bay. areas like livermore had towards the peninsula, down by 5 degrees in saint carlos. santa rosa is starting out a bit warmer this morning. there is a look at that onshore breeze through fairfield, a good guide to what is going on, that onshore breeze to 20 miles per hour. gusting that strong cool air moving into the
sacramento valley this morning. here is a look at the change expected for yesterday into today. san francisco went to 69. today it will be 66. 80 is your afternoon high, livermore dropping by five in san jose 78 expected for you today. there is a better look around, 77 redwood city. in the north bay 79 is expected for santa rosa. temperatures will warm up as we get into the days ahead, i look at that trend coming up in a little bit. one person is badly burned after fire in the backyard of a san francisco home. firefighters were called to the home on arguello boulevard before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. the deck behind the home was on fire. no other information is being released about the burn victim or how the fire started. a new barge director wants to address one of the biggest passenger complaints, that will be the dirty and stinky conditions throughout the bart system. now, bart is looking for 15 new workers to clean up after
passengers. writers call say that will not be enough to handle all the problems they see and smell. >> we try to sit in the corner. that is where all of the garbage is. people just leave garbage instead. >> the bathrooms are really dirty. and it's also bad. sometimes the elevators, too. >> people we talked with that at the san francisco centers station is the worst in the system. versus the new hires will be sent throughout all the stations and trains. the focus will be on getting areas with the biggest problems cleaned up quickly. starting monday, bart will stop selling paper tickets at the arrow station. instead, reloadable clipper cards will be available to purchase. this will be the second station to make the change. actually the powell street station in the city of downtown berkeley. passengers can still use paper tickets at the station gates. only the clipper cards will be available for purchase. barta says his goal is to
eliminate all of the part paper tickets sometime next year. now to the layover where water service has been restored after a water main ruptured yesterday morning. it flooded cars and cut off water service at a hotel in several homes. the break happened on is lint way. when crew shut off water to begin repairs, the nearby hotel as well as two apartment buildings and homes were left without water. there was another water main break that occurred last night around 6:30. this one happened under fresno street. that water main break affected 40 customers. it was fixed by 11:00 last night. no word on what may have caused those brakes. santa clara county supervisors will soon decide whether to put a cells and tax increase on the 2020 ballot. under the plans, the countywide sales tax will go from 9 to 9.65%. according to mercury news, the money will be used for social
services and will go towards the county general fund to use as a safety net. the board of supervisors will consider the proposal next one. more on the death of convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. his death was ruled a suicide. the fbi and doj are still investigating circumstances around it. as jackie henrik reports, epstein's attorneys are now launching their own investigation. >> reporter: jeffrey epstein's cause of death was suicide by hanging. his attorneys are not satisfied with the autopsy result, coming directly from the chief medical examiner's office in new york city friday. epstein's attorneys released a statement hours later reading the defense team fully intends to conduct its own independent and complete investigation into the circumstances and cause of mr. epstein's death. >> the ability of the bureau is at stake. so, we have to get to the bottom of it, and find real concrete answers to what happened there. >> reporter: epstein broke multiple bones in his neck, including the hyoid bone which
can break and hangings, but is more commonly broken by strangulation. some experts have doubts that epstein killed himself. >> the nature of the hanging, no jumping and no falling through a floor like an execution and no jumping from the top of a step ladder there is no velocity, where does the force come from? >> the medical examiner's findings, a week after the 66- year-old was found unresponsive in his jail cell. the multimillionaire financier was awaiting trial on federal charges, accusing him of sexually abusing under aged girls and running a sex trafficking ring. epstein pleaded not guilty to the charges. the sex trafficker was placed on suicide watch, following an incident at the jail last month. he was taken on suicide watch in late july after he was given daily psychological assessments prompting authorities to put him into a special housing unit. epstein had a cellmate, but that person was removed from unknown reasons. >> would see the tapes, even
though there is not individual cell cameras, their range cameras. >> the fbi and doj are still investigating the circumstances around jeffrey epstein's death. time is 7:36. michigan representative rashida to leave has come under more criticism friend not visiting her family in the middle east. israel later allowed her to visit her 90-year-old grandmother in the west bank, as long as she agreed not to promote any boycott against israel. once israel granted her request, she canceled the trip, saying that the conditions opposed by israel were designed to humiliate her. gov. mike dewine is grandmother is supporting her decision. >> i did not meet rashida for a long time, she did not come. her mother used to visit us, they did not allow rashida to
come. >> rashida tlaib has voiced her support for the pro-palestinian boycott investment and sanctions movement known as bds under an israeli law passed two years ago, anyone who supports that movement can be denied entry into their country. the federal appeals court in san francisco has sided with the trump administration on guidelines that limit asylum crusts from honduras, and mexico. in friday's ruling, the court said the previous injunction was not justified. the acting customs and border chief says this will give relief to the situation at the southern border. >> in those states, texas and new mexico, where we can institute this now, this will be a game changer. it will allow us to absolutely institute an initiative now with what we truly believe will help stem the flow of illegal immigration. >> and immigrants rights group has followed a lawsuit arguing
the restrictions will hurt children. the court is expected to hear oral arguments in the case in october. reports of construction workers at a royal dutch shell manufacturing plant in pennsylvania were required to attend president donald trump's rally on tuesday, or they had to take the day off without pay. employees were also told not to protest. the event was supposed to focus on energy but ended up being a campaign style rally. a spokesperson says the employees built into their schedule so all employees will still pay for a full week, even though no work was performed on monday. >> now to the race for the white house. democratic candidate elizabeth warren was one of several candidates who attended gathering of african-american church leaders in the city of atlanta yesterday. she touched on a number of topics from voter suppression to her plan for universal childcare. >> why it is that i say a two cent wealth tax on the bazillion errors who can afford this, so we can make an
investment in england every single one of our babies. universal childcare for all of them. and, that we leave no one behind, that it is about raising the wages for every child care worker, and every preschool teacher in america. >> bernie sanders was also at the that event. he blasted president donald trump for what he calls his racist and xenophobic runs rhetoric, and says it is time for healthcare to be considered a human right. sanders is set to return to california next week. he will stop in serve sacramento than san francisco. he will be in the state capital will he will where he will hold a campaign there. a man who spent 20 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit is getting help adjusting to life outside of prison. dentists in sacramento spent free care. day giving the ma
he has a lot to smile about. >> reporter: for most, a trip to the dentist is enough to make you grit your teeth. >> the left side of my mouth and lips are numb. >> reporter: former reese caldwell, this attention is giving him every reason to smile. >> they are giving me something in my life that is meaningful and beautiful. >> reporter: a free visit after years without proper care. >> in prison, you do not get this type of dental work. >> reporter: he spent 20 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit. >> it left an impact in my life, to where i do not feel complete. >> reporter: he was convicted back in 1991 for murder. based on eyewitness testimony, later found inaccurate. a judge overturned his conviction after another man came forward and confessed. >> i come back into society to
where it is computers. it is technology. you know, it's a lot of stuff i missed out on. >> reporter: adjusting to life on the outside has not been easy. the innocence project has been by his side every step of the way, hooking him up with programs like smile generation that coordinated the three does it visit. >> we get to pick the members of our community, our clinicians come in and donate time and dentistry to them. >> a simple gesture that makes caldwell all smiles. >> i am like 1000 pieces of the puzzle. every day, people are helping me put things together to where i will be a complete puzzle. happening today, the rolling stones are making their first up in the bay area in six years. the rock band is playing at levi stadium in santa clara tonight. the show's opening act will start at 7:30. it is likely they will take the station until sometime after 8:00. that will push them past the 10 pm curfew. it usually finds the niners to
offer the stadium for about $9000. caltrans and valley tsim sha tsui are working to make it easier for music fans to get to and from the concert. writers can buy a day pass and then take caltrain to the station. you will ride on all of those transit agencies. after the show they are cordoning a schedule so fans can get back to mountain view in time for a special train. coming up next, protesters clashing in portland. >> we will talk about this event that drew hundreds to the streets, that prompted a large police presence.
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oh, yes. top to the bottom to school. we cooled it off in a big way this weekend. temperatures are still falling as we get into the afternoon. mid 70s to low 80s for our inland cities. it is going to be a beautiful one. i am tracking a warm-up in the extended forecast. i'll have details coming up in a moment.
>> in a throughout a groupie alert on the song? i think i just did. >> okay. done. >> i think she went longer on her weather right there so she can hear the song for a smidge longer. time now is 747. a north carolina man is proving life has no limits. >> he has never taken a step on his own in his entire life. friday, he went for a hike up sidehill in suffering san francisco with company. his body says no, but his mind said why not. >> reporter: eight nearly 2 mile hike up and down, easy for some, complicated for others like 33-year-old kevin chandler. kevin has never taken a step. he suffers from spinal muscular atrophy, or sna. things to a lot of heart, and ingenuity, he is seeing the world. >> i wonder how wide open it is. it definitely gives a sense of freedom and clarity.
>> kevin wanted out of his wheelchair. he teamed up with a german company and developed a people carrying backpack. 2 1/2 years in the making, he has since toured europe and hiked the great wall of china. he has opened eyes like his fellow hikers today that are working on a treatment for sma, and has become a role model for those that are fighting the good fight. >> as a brother, mission and desire is to inspire others to get out, and live life to the fullest, knowing that that looks different for everyone. >> reporter: on this day, new friend jp stocks that are carried kevin and his 65 pounds on his back. there was help along the way, and a lasting connection that seems to fueled both the hiker and kevin. >> it is very inspirational. we had a chance to speak with kevin yesterday. he talked about the partnership income rider rebuild by carrying him.'s is a cool
opportunity to build that through physical exercise. >> reporter: and you can feel it, can you? >> i absolutely can. >> reporter: sky fox caught up this morning and the view was spectacular. >> there is something about that, it is really opens up the heart and mind. >> reporter: what is next for kevin? india, new zealand, and south america are on his bucket list for. right now he has something else in mind. like thinking his fellow hiker for the trip up and that trip back down. >> jp, good job. and adam, good luck. >> i am here to tell you, he made it down fine. it was really an inspirational day. we had a mile up and and back down. he has never taken a step. it affects everything. he needs help for pretty much everything we take for granted. by developing this backpack with this german company, he has been able to not only see the world and meet incredible people. >> there is a backpack, for
other people it can help them as well, the backpack being used. >> he has a website, he is selling the backpacks with the german company, a bit of an entrepreneur, he is an author, he has a book called we carry kevin. he is just great, he has a great sense of humor. >> so inspiring to me people who take control and say this is what i want to do. and also, i would think for those thinking of taking on carrying his 65 pounds in the backpack. >> there is a bond in connection with jp and adam we talked about, where they feel his pain and his joy as well as they're going up. you can see his eyes light up when we got to the top of sign hill, you can see the whole bay practically. a really cool guy. nice job kevin. was weatherwise let's check in with rosemary and get the scoop sunday. >> how about an additional cool down today. it will feel like fall for some after baking. well, above 100 degrees, low
80s is all we will see for our far inland areas today. giving you a live look from san francisco across the bay where we make up with partly cloudy skies around the bay and inland. hartley setting right along the coast. we are going to continue again with this cool down, for one more day until tomorrow. temperatures begin to rebound. it will be a subtle adjustment at first, but temperatures are expected to heat up once again. here is a look at what's happening, you can see that cloud cover. we have partly cloudy skies inside the bay and over areas of the south bay. if you look close at the circulation there, you have a low spinning off the coastline. that is bringing a southerly wind into areas of the central and south bay. the onshore breeze is robust through the delta. fairfield recording wind gusts up to 25 and 30 this morning. right now fairfield at 59 degrees. 55 in nevada, upper 50s in san francisco. low 50s hayward, 56 reported in livermore. we will go further inland and take a look at a few more
numbers here. 62 outside her door lafayette, 61 and brentwood, and 61 reported in dublin. the beautiful start to the morning. as we get into the second part of the afternoon, going to be mild. if you will see the a's play this afternoon, partly sunny to partly cloudy skies, 70 degrees, a southwest breeze 50 miles per hour or so. it was gorgeous yesterday, we will see a repeat for today. upper 70s for nevada this afternoon, upper 70s for santa rosa, upper 60s by the water. for the east bay, low 80s expected in walnut creek, low 80s in pleasanton. 73, closer to the water there. for our south bay, upper 70 san jose, 79 saratoga as well as santa cruz. as we get into the peninsula we got 78 woodside, 78 san mateo, 66 in the city of san francisco. notice for tomorrow, temperatures begin to warm. it is a minor jump in those numbers. then as we get into tuesday, a little warmer.
by wednesday we are baking once again. mid upper 60s along the coast, 80s along the bay, made it to perhaps upper 90s wednesday and thursday for our inland cities. >> the heat is staying. it is taking a break coming up, the oakland a's look to make three wins in a row against the division leader houston astros. we will have highlights next. coming up in the next hour here, we will talk with the san francisco food bank about services they have available to immigrants following the proposed restrictions from our federal government. stay right there.
don't look now, the giants are one away from a dozen sweep of the d backs, another mighty impressive when the last night behind a rookie pitcher. logan webb making his first start. webb was down to nothing in the second. this will come up in a hurry. they are all coming home. belt second career grand slam to the giants, never look back, the format is 2. how about webb? here he is spinning jake. next up, make you are done, too. and he will finish with josh rojas. webb goes 5 innings and strikes out seven, and gave up just for two runs. we finished with a kevin polaris, slab single after another webb strikeout. pilar pfeiffer five in the game, the giants, there on a roll. they beat arizona 11 to 6. they are not just 2 1/2 back in the
wildcard. impressive. the a's are hot, too. they are also in sweet mother the astros on time, bases are loaded. here in the third, that is a single. the a's go up 3-2. the a's are up 5-2 in the fifth. same guys again, rbi single, 13 hits off of a tough team today. yesterday, the a's when it 8-4, not just a half-game back in the wildcard standoff. , up next, now with the help of the victim of the recent attack outside an apartment building --
calling for a change, rallies are being held across the country this week, including here in the bay area. what protesters are saying about common sense gun reform. thousands are filling the streets in hong kong for the 11th straight weekend of protest. pro-democracy demonstrators say these protests are taking a peaceful approach in defiance
of the police dam. growing concerns and complaints over dirty and foul- smelling bar trains and stations. now, the transit agency is hiring more cleanup crews. more from bart's new director and the aggressive hiring plan, and why riders are still skeptical. this is mornings on 2. >> good morning to you. thank you frank. a little music to get you into your morning on this sunday. rosemary, this looks like a piece of art. it is looking great and beautiful this morning. the sun is shining, the skies are blue, and it is not filtering hot, we will take it. >> welcome to mornings on 2, it
is sunday, august 18, i am clotting. >> and i am frank. i agree with clotting, i put a jacket on last night. >> we are not complaining, i was outside. we were all complaining it was cool. >> what did the pacific ocean say to the west coast? >> she has a joke for us this morning. >> i am your biggest fan. >> well done. she will be here all day. giving you a look here, there you go, the oakland estuary, it is so pretty. the sky is blue, we see the white puffy clouds, and the water looks steel gray at the moment. we are in for another fabulous day. temperatures will be a little below average perhaps. it is going to feel like fall out there. upper 70s to low 80s expected for our inland communities. we have 60s and 70s from the coast around the bay. outside our doors this morning, upper 50s in santa rosa, 58 in san francisco, 64 for oakland, 64 for livermore and san jose coming in at 64 degrees. temperatures are cooler in livermore, down by four, down
by one in napa, down by five, san carlos. as we get into those winds, we have a southerly southwestern breeze blowing this morning through fairfield, gusting to 26 miles per hour which has calmed down a bit from earlier this morning. the cool pacific air is blowing through the delta and into the sacramento valley. temperatures will continue to fall. we have 80 degrees for concord today, 77 in nampa, 77 in oakland, upper 70s for san jose. i am tracking a warming trend, i'll have a look at that coming up in a little bit. before i toss it back, i cannot take credit from that joke, i heard it from the national weather service >> we were going to give you credit anyway. authorities in northern california are looking for a hiker who has been missing since last sunday.
the trinity county sheriff's office is 34-year-old daniel cummins is an experienced hiker. he was on a five day hike to the trinity alps. that is 75 miles northwest of reading. he was reported missing wednesday when he did not return home. authorities say he has a cell phone and gps tracker on him. they are not able to get a signal from either device. officials have found his car and other backpackers say they saw him sunday, but not since then. a registered high risk sex offender is in jail this morning after police say he traced several women in separate incidents. at least three women reported being chased or followed by a man matching the same description yesterday morning. 39-year-old willie jones was arrested, after the third one ran into the building where she works and called 911. when police arrived, they say jones climbed onto a nearby roof and surrendered after nearly 2 hours of negotiations. police say jones had been released from jail on august 9, and was out of compliance with his sex offender registration requirements. a san francisco man is in jail after being accused of assaulting and robbing an employee at the mall in san bruno. police say 21-year-old millie
trinidad walked into a store in the mall just after 11 a clock yesterday morning. police say he stole personal items from an employee, and store merchandise before he took off. he was arrested a short time later during a traffic stop. happening today, the group safe will hold a news conference to raise concerns about an attack in san francisco last weekend. video shows a woman being attacked as she tried to get into her apartment building. the judge released the suspect here in the case within 72 hours. similar incidents have increased since the city announced a proposed homeless navigation center along the embarcadero . a woman will join the group to speak out against the proposed homeless center. hundreds of people rallied at san francisco study hall demanding stricter gun laws of all of the recent shootings. >> not one more, not one more!
>> the crowd demanded congress returned to work and passed gun legislation that could reduce the number of shootings in america. demonstrators were mostly from two groups,'s demand action and every time for gun safety. some of the people we talked with spoke about why they are taking the issue so personally. >> we walked into a classroom and sit by the door and think what i be the first to get shot? we look around the room and think what would be used to throw at the shooter? >> my own daughter was in kindergarten during sandy hook. not long after, she started to have lockdown drills at her school. >> many of the people at last night rally say after the most recent series of shootings, they are noticing more concerns from more people and for a longer period of time. the outcry of tough gun laws are affecting some members of congress. the house judiciary committee is planning to return to work september 4, that is five days earlier than scheduled. judiciary chair jerry nadler says his committee will include
a series of bills, that will include a band that will be an equipment that shoots 10 rounds before needing to be reloaded. we have an update on what is being called the largest mass shooting of philadelphia police in decades. the suspect, marie's hill, was arraigned yesterday. that is were attempted murder charges were filed against him. he is accused of shooting six police officers during a more than seven hour standoff wednesday. authorities say the 36-year-old man was armed with an ar 15 semi automatic rifle and a handgun. pennsylvania's governor is wasting little time and feeling a new gun violence prevention plan. governor tom wolfe signed an executive order directing state and local agencies to focus more resources on preventing gun violence.
that order calls for the creation of the special counsel come up with a new plan, and state police are being ordered to expand and support gun buyback programs in the state, as well as increased monitoring of hate groups and white nationalists. now to an update to the portland protest, at least 13 people were arrested yesterday during dueling demonstrations. several farm records organized the demonstration and that did members of antifa to show up and held counter protest. 1200 people showed up to protest. several weapons received were seized. we have reporter brenda kelly with details on those demonstrations. >> reporter: hundreds of demonstrators from far right groups made their way to the east bank esplanade in northeast portland saturday morning. >> not protesting, just here for a political march, and to stand up for the president. >> reporter: crowd boys and other groups carried american flags and were make america great again hats, as the mass of protesters walked across the morrison bridge and to
waterfront park where they were met by anti-fascist counter protesters. >> i am here because i want freedom. i have been called a brown . that is ridiculous. >> reporter: during one of the only occasions in which both groups came face-to-face, things stayed relatively calm, and right winds demonstrators danced to loud music. >> this is my first time here. i don't know what, my nerves are all over the place. >> reporter: patriot prayer leader joey gibson making an appearance as well, just one day after turning himself into law enforcement for felony writing charges. he later bailed himself out of the county jail. demonstrators then marched over to the hawthorne bridge and back to the east side, where rally organizer joe biggs made the announcement it is time to go home. >> we pretended to be the bid big bad bogeyman and had fun
with it. >> reporter: in the middle of our interview, biggs ran into a clash between right-wing demonstrators and a counter protester. that man was pulled from the chaos by police and later let go. demonstrators then dispersed and loaded into buses and personal cars, telling me they considered this a peaceful protest and a success. happening now, pro- democracy protests continue in hong kong. atvs sarah joins us live. she is in our newsroom here with what is happening as the uprising continues into month number three, good morning. after weeks of violent clashes between protesters and police, today, rally organizers called for a peaceful assembly. despite the rain, tens of thousands of protesters rallied at a park. there were so many people, the demonstration spilled onto the streets of hong kong were there was a much. the march wasn't approved by police.
thousands of leaders gathered outside the hong kong government's headquarters, lighting of the building with laser pointers. so far, there are no reports of clashes between the demonstrators and police. the pro-democracy groups started their protest 11 weeks ago to oppose and introduce a bill to china. the government suspended the bill. protesters have other demands. they want the city's leader to resign. they want democratic elections and an independent investigation into police use of force. a prominent activist appealed to ward leaders to put pressure on beijing to stop it from watching a military intervention. he said protesters were exercising their democratic rights and will not give up on their demands. >> i urge prime minister and were leaders from uk on all over the world, they should speak up for hong kong. >> reporter: in the last two months, more than 700 protesters have been arrested. many were charged with writing,
which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. addressing sanitation problems on bart. >> they have a new plan from the agency to give trains and stations some extra cleaning attention, we will tell you all about it. changes to federal benefits and immigration policies have some fearing green card status. we talk next about services available.
good morning, happy sunday fun day to you folks, we have got great weather coming our way. we have partly cloudy skies around the bay, a gorgeous view there. temperatures are off to a cool to mild start. we do have unseasonably mild weather in the forecast for the afternoon. i have details coming up. the federal government is proposing new restrictions for the food stamp program. the agricultural department was to limit access to food stamps for 3 million people who only receive minimal benefits. the fda says it is trying to stop a loophole in the system. the trump administration is introducing a new order that would deny green cards and visa extensions to immigrants that
receive public benefits including food stamps. the state of california is among a number of states who filed a lawsuit against that order. a recent study from the urban institute says one and several adults and immigrant families did not apply or dropped out of benefit programs for fear of risking future green card status. joining us to talk about all of this and services available to immigrants we have paul ash, thank you for coming in. >> pleasure to be here. >> we have talked about this issue over the last couple of years when it comes to immigrants and seeking food and help. i have been a couple different levels of this in terms of the communities trying to serve. where is your biggest concern with what has happened over the last couple of years and these last developments? >> even the threat of rules like this, public charge role has caused people to drop out of the program or not sign up. we are already seeing people come to the food bank and say i used to get public benefits, i am not getting those anymore. i'm afraid to. what can you do to help us? we are seeing more people come
to the food bank. >> i know there has been concern over how it is funded with the snap program, but also then, it was the legal immigrants who are saying if i come, will now my family members be checked? now it is legal immigrants who can come, but say what if i get kicked out later, or i lose my green card because of this? how does that affect how many people you serve? how many immigrants do you think the san francisco food bank is serving right now? >> it is hard to know what a number of our recipients, we do not check things like that. we tried to feed everyone who said they need our assistance. we know there is a lot. when people come to the food bank, they do not have to worry about being checked and marked against them, that is not an issue. we have seen even the fear of something like this among legal immigrants who drive them away from getting the help they need. >> reporter: is it messaging now, we talked a lot about that. he put it messaging at food banks saying here is how it
works, so you can still come in in terms of making sure the relationship that you guys have with the people you're trying to serve is preserved in this process. >> we were about that too. even though we put this kind of signs and give that message out, that people say well, who knows. i did not think getting food stamps was going to be a problem two years ago. that is a problem. for signing up for something at the food bank, is that later on going to be an issue? we want to assure people it is not. we are not a public organization, we are a private nonprofit organization, they do not have to be fearful of using our services. >> are you struggling to get them to believe that? >> sometimes. sometimes people will say i will not take the risk, it is too important for my family to go through this integration process the right way. >> how do you feel on the big picture, as immigration becomes a very bipartisan debate in washington, you were saying feeding the hungry has, in the
past, not been a partisan issue. people from both sides of the aisle say when people need food we want to help them. are you saying that really change in recent times? >> absolutely, there have been great republican leader for food programs in congress. this administration doesn't seem to feel that connection with the fact that this country is the world's greatest food producer. no one should go hungry, we should never drop below that drop below that place were beefy people here. >> how do you change and where do you see this going in terms of your mission? you have to work with the government to make this happen, and in some part to get these programs and get them to people. >> there are some legal challenges to this. we are hopeful that the state of california, some of the counties, some organizations that work on immigration issues will be successful in at least pushing this back longer. for us, it is trying to create a relationship with people where they know they can safely come and get the food they need hopefully, we can advise them a
little bit on how they can get involved in other programs school meals that have been affected with this. there are other ways that they hopefully can get food they need. >> i know some people also have advocacy groups in dc working as well as in sacramento, trying to also get lawmakers to change positions. is that work also actively going on? >> absolutely, there is movement in congress right now to try to not provide funds for this public charge to be rolled out. there is an effort to try to control it. >> you are just basic emotion yesterday with this latest development, this week when this latest development happened. >> it is sad, it is jaw-dropping that we would choose to go down this road i'm trying to take away food from people. there are families where there are citizen children, where their parents will withdraw from that program. so, citizens will not get a benefit that they deserve to get. >> and the hungry will remain
hungry. >> that's right, we know what that means. that means poor schoolwork, that means parents skipping meals, it means diet -related diseases, there is nothing good about it. >> thank you for the work you guys do at the san francisco marina food bank and getting that message out that help is still available and waiting. all right rosemary, let's head over to you for a check of the forecast. >> good morning to you, temperatures are going to continue to fall as a get into your sunday afternoon. we are going to be below average for many folks. we will begin to warm back up by tomorrow, though. let's enjoy today, there is a beautiful view over the oakland
estuary as we look toward san francisco. partly cloudy skies inside the bay, we have partly cloudy skies on the peninsula. partly to mostly cloudy skies over the north bay as well as the south bay. san jose is enjoying sunshine. we can move in a bit closer, and you can see how areas right around san mateo, it looks like san bruno stretching towards the palo alto into sunnyvale. perhaps a mix of sun and clouds or maybe sunny outside your door. san jose also reporting sunshine. it looks like fremont is enjoying some as well. here is a look at winds out there, generally coming in from the south over the central and south bay. we have a bit of circulation going on out here. that is bringing in that southerly wind. we have 20 miles per hour reported at half moon bay. the onshore breeze through the delta remains quite strong earlier this morning was gusting to 30. down to 25. still, bringing in nice pacific air. 58 in napa, 64 in oakland. 66 right now in concord, and 60 degrees for livermore. our inland cities will enjoy mild weather. take a look at the forecast as we get into concord for today, by about lunchtime or so, 74 degrees perhaps. i have conquered going to 80 degrees. we're only talking about a 2 degrees difference in the
afternoon. number 70 to 80 degrees is expected. as we settle into the dinner hour, into the low 70s. it will be gorgeous for you. over the north! 78 for nevada today, 66 in sausalito. the east bay low 70s in richmond, low 70s in alameda. if you will hang out by the water, upper 70s customer valley, low 80s exposure and livermore. and even some publications, 82 for any act today. into our south they, 78 sand mosaic, along the peninsula for the second part of the day, expect 77 in redwood city. and i 66 for san francisco. the extended forecast, temperatures begin to rebound tomorrow. still going to be really nice. by tuesday the heat is on. temperatures are back to near 90 degrees or so for our inland cities, and even harder getting into wednesday and thursday, made to perhaps upper 90s, we will go low 80s around the bay. starting later this week, you will not be able to buy a plastic water of bottle of
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judith. she was one of 86 people who perished in the wildfire. three people have been tentatively identified, but not yet named for the sheriff's office. two of the victims remain unknown. authority use dna testing to identify bone fragments and other remains of the victims, which they say has been a very slow process. crews meanwhile are battling a wildfire in mariposa county. cal fire says the king's fire has burned about 1300 acres. the fire 40% contained. that is a new containment number this morning. cal fire tackling the fire from the ground, and from above. people who live in the area have been told to prepare for evacuations. but none so far. so far, no structures have been damaged. there are about 20 structures that are a threat. the jury in the go ship warehouse trial is set to resume deliberations to tomorrow. the defendants each phase 36 counts of manslaughter. last week the jury requested to
have some testimony we read to them. last thursday, they asked to here in the back of testimony from witness carmen brito. she was a ship tenant who described how she escaped the flames. coming up next, the attorneys who represented jeffrey epstein are now watching their own investigation into his death.
>> it is the rolling stones, they are playing tonight at levi stadium sometime after 8:00. their first visit in six years. the stones making the boys head to the bay area. they are heading to san francisco. good to have you with us, i am frank. >> i am claudine wong. rosemary is watching your forecast on the sunday and looking at the work week ahead, and changes, going to warm up up once again. >> that is what i think about that. >> we have a few days to enjoy before we get to what we would call unbearable heat. here is a look at a view from san francisco across the bay, waking up with partly cloudy skies, mostly clear as we go far inland. the onshore breeze is blowing
through the delta this morning. temperatures are expected to fall a little more for your be area sunday afternoon. outside our doors at this hour, we have upper 50s to mid 60s around the region. 59 degrees in santa rosa, 58 in san francisco. 64 oakland, 60 for livermore and san jose at 64. the temperature change shows you many of us are older than where we were yesterday at this time, down by 4 degrees or so over areas of livermore. the onshore breeze through fairfield is still strong, not quite a strong of this morning. the sustained at 20 and gusting even faster and stronger than that. as we get into the afternoon, we will have rightly cloudy skies. if you're going to see that is played today. 70 degrees, mostly sunny as we get into the second part of the afternoon, a southwest breeze at 15 miles per hour. it is going to be a fabulous day out there. let's go oakland. giving a look at the afternoon highs around the region along the peninsula. 77 redwood city, low 80s expected and livermore. for the north bay, a beautiful 77 for you, napa, and for folks
that may think about wine tasting. temperatures will warm up slightly for tomorrow, and that trend will continue into our inland areas, or back into the 90s. i'll have a look at that forecast coming up. one person is badly burned after a fire in the backyard at a san francisco home. firefighters were called to the home shortly before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. the deck behind the home was on fire. no other information is being released about the burn victim or how that fire got started. the new barge director wants to quickly address one of the biggest passenger complaints. that would be the dirty and smelling conditions you find on bart. now, bart is looking for 15 new workers to clean up after passengers. some riders say that is not going to be enough to handle all of the problems they see and smell. >> we try to sit in the corner. that is where all of the garbage is. people just leave garbage and stuff. >> the bathrooms are really
dirty and smell so bad. sometimes the elevators, too. >> riders we ed to said san francisco civic station is the worst in the system. new hires will be sent throughout the stations, trains, and focus will be getting on the areas with the biggest problems in getting those places cleaned up first. starting monday, bart will stop seven paper tickets at the trento station. instead, reloadable liver cars will be available to purchase. this is the second station to make that change. passengers can still use paper tickets at the station gates, but only the clipper card will be available for purchase. bart says it's goal is to eliminate all paper tickets sometime next year. now to vallejo where water service has been restored after a water main ruptured yesterday morning. the water main blade break flooded cars, cut off water service at a hotel in several homes there. the break happened east of sonoma boulevard when crews
shut off water to begin repairs, the nearby regency hotel, as well as two apartment buildings, some homes were left without any water. there was another water main break that occurred around 6:30 last night. this one happened under fresno street between tennessee and nebraska streets. that water main break affected 40 customers and was fixed by about 11 a clock last night. no word on what may have caused those brakes. santa clara county supervisors will consider whether to put a sales tax increase on the 2020 ballot. under the plan, the countywide sales tax will go from 9 to 9.55%. according to the mercury news, the money will be used for social services and go towards the county general fund to be used as a safety net. the board of supervisors will consider the proposal next month. more now on the death of convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. his death was ruled a suicide. the fbi and doj are still investigating the circumstances
around eight. as jackie reports, epstein's attorneys are now launching their own investigation. >> reporter: jeffrey epstein's cause of death was suicide by hanging. his attorneys are not satisfied with the autopsy results, coming directly from the chief medical examiner's office in new york city friday. epstein's attorneys releasing a statement hours later reading the defense team fully intends to conduct its own independent and complete investigation into the circumstances and cause of mr. epstein's death. >> the credibility of the bureau is at stake. we have to get to the bottom of it, and find real concrete answers to what happened there. >> epstein reportedly broke multiple bones in his neck including the hyoid bone which can break in hanging but is more commonly broken by strangulation. some forensic experts still have doubts that epstein killed himself. >> the nature of the hanging, no jumping and no following
through a floor, like an execution. and no jumping from the top of a step ladder. there is no velocity. where does the force come from? >> the medical examiner's findings, a week after the 66- year-old was found unresponsive in his jail cell at the metropolitan correctional center. the financier was awaiting trial on federal charges accusing him of sexually abusing underage girls and wearing a sex trafficking ring. epstein pleaded not guilty to the charges. the accused sex trafficker was placed on suice watch following an incident at the jail last month. he was taken of suicide watch in late july after he was given daily psychological assessments, prompting authorities to put him in a special housing unit. epstein had a cellmate. that person was removed from unknown reasons. >> even though there is not an individual cell cameras in the cells ordinarily, there are range cameras. >> reporter: both the fbi and doj are still investigating the circumstances around jeffrey epstein's death. michigan representative
rashida tlaib is coming under more criticism to not visit her family in the middle east. israel initially banned her from representing after president donald trump encouraged authorities to block her trip. israel later allowed her to visit her grandmother in the west bank as long as she agreed to not promote boycotts against israel. once israel granted her request, she canceled the trip, saying the conditions opposed by israel were designed to humiliate her. rashida tlaib's grandmother is supporting the decision. >> i did not meet rashida for a long time, she did not come. her mother used to visit us, they did not allow rashida to come. >> rashida tlaib has previously voiced her support for the pro-palestinian boycott, and sanctions movement. under israeli law passed two years ago, anyone who supports that movement can be denied entry to israel. the federal appeals court
in san francisco sided with the trump administration on its new guidelines that limit asylum requests from emigrants from honduras hill el salvador and mexico. a judge had previously struck the trumpet ministration from implementing the new policy, and friday's ruling, the court said the previous injunction was not justified. the act of customs and border chief says this number will give some relief to the situation at the southern border. >> in those states, texas and new mexico where we can institute this now, this will be a game changer, it will allow us to absolutely institute an initiative now, where we truly believe will help stem the flow of illegal immigration. >> and immigrant rights group has filed another lawsuit, arguing that the restrictions on asylum applications will hurt children. nine circuit court is expected to hear oral arguments in the case in october. now to the race for the white house, democratic
candidate elizabeth warren was one of several candidates who attended a gathering of african- american church leaders in atlanta yesterday. she touched on a number of topics from voter suppression to her plans for universal childcare. >> why it is that i say a tube sent wealth tax on the bazillion errors who can afford this, so we can make an investment in every single one of our babies. universal childcare for all of them. and, that we leave no one behind, that it is about raising wages for every childcare worker, and every preschool teacher in america. >> bernie sanders was also at the event, he blasted president donald trump for what he calls his racist and xenophobic rhetoric, and said it is time for healthcare to be considered a human right. sanders is set to return to california next week, he will stop in sacramento and san francisco, and will be in the state capital thursday will he will hold a campaign. then saturday he will address the
dnc at their summer meeting in san francisco. after that, he will hold a town hall on college affordability, and student debt. a man who spent 20 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit is getting help adjusting to life outside of prison. dentists spent the day giving the man free dental care. he has a left lot to smile about. >> reporter: for most, a trip to the dentist is enough to make you grit your teeth. >> on the left side of my mouth and lips is none. >> reporter: for former reese caldwell, this dental attention is given him every reason to smile. >> they have given me something in my life that is meaningful and beautiful. >> reporter: a free visit to stromberg creek dental group in sacramento, after years without proper care. >> in prison, you don't get this type of dental work. >> reporter: caldwell spent 20 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. >> there is no other feeling the anger.
it left such an impact in my life to where i do not feel complete. >> reporter: he was convicted back in 1991 for murder. based on eyewitness testimony found to be inaccurate. a judge overturn his conviction in 2011, after another man came forward and confessed to the crime. >> as i come back in society, i come back into a society to where it is computers. it is technology. you know, it is a lot of stuff that i missed out on. >> adjusting to life on the outside hasn't been easy. the northern california innocence project has been by his side every step of the way, looking him up with programs like smile generation that ordinator this free dental visit. >> the day we get to pick members of our community, and our clinicians come in and donate our time and dentistry for them. >> is simple gesture that makes caldwell all smiles. >> i am like 1000 pieces of a puzzle. every day, people are helping me put things together to where i will be a complete puzzle. people who live along the embarcadero in san francisco are pushing back against a homeless shelter project.
listening to the sounds this morning, and giving you a beautiful view of the golden gate bridge, the rolling stones will be performing in the bay area. is it today? >> tonight at 8:00 at levi's. >> we have a fabulous forecast in store for your sunday. i have a look at those numbers, and i am tracking a warm-up for the week ahead. more on this coming up in a bit. in north carolina man is proving that life has no limits. >> he has never taken a step on his own in his entire life. friday, he went for a hike up sign hill in south san francisco with company. his body says no, but his mind says why not. >> reporter: a nearly 2 mile hike up and down south city sign hill, easy for some. >> i can pretend like i know
what it is. >> reporter: complicated for others like 33-year-old kevin chandler. kevin has never taken a step. he suffers from spinal muscular atrophy or sma. things to a lot of heart, and some ingenuity, he is seeing the world. >> i love how wide open it is. it definitely gives a sense of freedom and clarity. >> reporter: kevin wanted out of his wheelchair. he teamed up with a german company and developed a people carrying backpack. two and half years in the making, he has since toured europe and hiked the great wall of china. he has opened eyes like his fellow hikers today from genentech that are working on a treatment for sma, and has become a role model for those that are fighting the good fight. >> as a brother, mission and desire it is to inspire others to get out, and live life to the fullest, knowing that that looks different for everyone.
>> reporter: on this day, new friend jp stocks that are carried kevin and his 65 pounds on his back. there was help along the way. and a lasting connection that seems to fuel both the hiker and kevin. >> it is very inspirational. we had a chance to speak with kevin yesterday, we talked about the partnership income rather rebuild by carrying him. this is a cool opportunity to build that through physical exercise. >> reporter: and you can feel it can you? >> i absolutely can. >> reporter: sky fox caught the sum of this morning and the view was spectacular. >> there is something about that, it really opens up the heart and mind. >> reporter: what is next for kevin? india, new zealand, and south america are on his bucket list. right now, he has something else in mind. like thinking his fellow hiker for the trip up, and that trip back down. >> jp, the job, you are a beast. and adam, good luck. >> they say we all made it down
the hill just fine. adam was a star at getting kevin back down. he has wrote a book, we carry kevin. he wants to see the world and he has been such a great role model, not only for people with sma, but a lot of people with disabilities that can't do a whole lot. >> absolutely. feeling like there are limits, he is showing that there are not. that is really incredible. and i said really nice weather as you walked up the hill? >> i was sweating darts by the time we got to the top of the hill. that changed over the weekend, but i guess the heat is coming back. eventually. it will be a slow climb. tomorrow will feel just a tad warmer. into the afternoon today, temperatures will cool. we will take anywhere from a 3 to 6 degree drop for the second part of your day. what a gorgeous view, we have been taking that shot all morning long. it has not changed a whole lot. we have a mix of sun and clouds, and it is so nice.
here is a look at the coastline where we are covered in gray. as we get into the bay, we have a little bit of clearing their, along the peninsula a mix of sun and clouds, over towards the east bay as well. portions of the south bay, looks like we are poor partly cloudy to mostly clear. we have a bit of a circulation right in here. that is bringing a southerly breeze to areas of central and south bay this morning. areas over half moon bay gusting to 18 miles per hour. sfo 10, mountain view three, san jose coming from the south east side about 14 miles per hour. amateurs are beginning to climb, we have 60 degrees in livermore. 66 in concord. upper 50s of areas like santa rosa, napa, low 60s to start your morning in san francisco, and low 60s for mountain view. here is a comparison from yesterday into today. san francisco, 69 is what we had today. today we will go to 66. concord will shave off a few degrees. san jose, 78 expected today. yesterday it was 84.
here is a better look around, upper 80s or i should say 70s for areas up over novato. upper 80s for areas near clearlake. 69 degrees process little in tiburon. the east bay shore in low 70s, alameda 73 in oakland today. if you will see the a's play, gorgeous weather. low 80s expected for antioch into our south bay. seven a for san jose, seven a for cupertino. along the peninsula, low 70 san bruno, here is a look at your extended forecast. temperatures again began to rebound for tomorrow as we kick off a warming trend. it really takes until about tuesday before we feel the heat inland nearing 90 degrees, then it gets worse. wednesday into thursday. mid to upper 90s for our inland cities. low 80s around the bay. >> summertime is in full swing. thanks rosemary. the crown prince and princess of serbia are in the bay area this weekend. later they will join us here to
welcome back, here is a live look at sfo starting tuesday, shots restaurants and airline lounges at the restaurant will no longer sell plastic bottled water. he will still be able to buy water at the airport, but they will now, and in recyclable bottles or approves compostable packages. one of the vendors leading the changes the bay area base path water. the bottle is made of aluminum and is reusable, and certainly recyclable. they are already on sale at several locations inside the airport. here to talk about how that partnership with the airport and efforts to reduce waste are shot in the court in america robbie, the cofounders of path water. hi guys, how are you? >> how are you doing? >> making money selling water, that is awesome. water is a big industry, too.
almost $300 billion, who would have thought that, right? >> it is an enormous industry. plastic bottle water did not exist 50 years ago. people used to think it was crazy to buy a bottle of water. now, here we are. >> how did he get started, you guys sitting around thinking we are entrepreneurs, water, i have got an idea. was it like that or what? >> we are entrepreneurs and we love business, and making an impact. the, the way this really started was we were looking for a concept that was very simple, but made a huge impact in the world. >> and part of being a recyclable thing was a big deal for you guys, right? >> yeah, we have always had a passion for the environment and saving the planet from plastic. the more we learned about the issue of how bad plastic is for our oceans, we shifted our entire focus into sustainability and we are leading that charge nationwide, helping
organizations, airports, schools and companies get rid of plastic and were coming more green. >> how did your relationship with sfo start, because you will be the exclusive bottled water there here come tuesday. >> it really started because san francisco airport has a zero waste goal, all of san francisco has a zero waste goal. everyone is moving that way. when they saw what we were doing and what we are all about, and how we put planet before profit, there was a lot of synergy there. we started communicating, working together, and really putting the pieces in place to get ready for what's happening right now. >> i was doing research, 9000 bottled waters get bought at sfo daily. >> every day. >> that is incredible. i am guilty, i buy one, you can't bring them in, you have to buy them there. you want to drink it on the plane. that is pretty remarkable.
>> yeah, that is really what we are trying to do, is change the way that people think about drinking bottled water. instead of having to go in there and grab a plastic bottle, now you can take this to the airport, you can pour it out before security, come back in, refill it, and you're off to the races. >> are people more apt to recyclable aluminum bottle or can they are plastic? >> yeah. i think the education of recycling aluminum, people already see the value in it. it is more natural for them to throw it in the recycling bins in a plastic bottle. >> where do you get your water? >> our water comes from one of the top manufacturers in the united states. it goes through an 11 step process. it is really great water inside, but it's also you the benefit of the reusable bottles. >> is there a taste to water? i am trying it right now it is fabulous. did you taste test, or how does that work what you put in your bottle? >> we have done a lot of taste tests, we have done a lot of
surveys. people see themselves as water, sewers, so, we definitely wanted to dial in on the quality of taste, and make sure it was really a top product. >> if we want to buy your water, what you charge for this? this is 20 ounces give or take, 20.3, where can i buy it, do i have to go to the airport or is everywhere now? >> one of the key features of our product as being affordable. and, we wanted to combine the sustainability of a reusable bottle with the convenience and affordability of a typical bottled water. so, this model smaller bottle of 20 ounce retells around $20. it is in stores like safeway, 7- eleven, a lot of convenience stores including the airport. then, the bigger bottle retails for $2.49, also in safeway and a bunch of stores. we are growing fast all over the country and globally to
replace plastic in every corner of the world. and i think sfo airport is important for us, because we are going to take the story of what we do in sfo, and do it in every single airport in the world, and just watched. ellie is next, the new york, chicago, we will literally replace plastic everywhere. >> it certainly makes sense. i always carry water. if you have a plastic bottle in your bag they will take it. you can go in, down there, fill it up and you're good to go. you don't have to spend 7 dollars to pick up another one there. if it is only two bucks that's great. guys all the best, thank you for coming in. and well done, well done. shoddy and a mere from path water all right, let's move on. tens of thousands of protesters are taking to the streets of hong kong for the 11th weekend in a row. the message they are trying to send to beijing about the territories governing status. that is coming up. neighbors are raising opposition to a plan homeless navigation center along the
the current future. >> the prince and the princess of serbia have been in the bay area. they will join us in the studio and talk about their humanitarian efforts on healthcare. a little music for you. good morning. a live look at the golden gate bridge this morning as traffic is coming in and out of the city and marin county. and you can see the bridge this time of the morning. enjoy the weather while it lasts. it is going to be temporary. >> welcome. happy sunday. i'm frank mallicoat.
rosemary is here to tell us when the heat is making a big return. >> it won't be today. considering the cold down today. we will get back to warmer weather getting into the days ahead. it does not really turn hot until mid-week wednesday. i will show you that in the extended forecast. let's enjoy today. we cannot let sunday go by without giving a cheer. partly to mostly cloudy skies around the bay and inland. temperatures are similar to yesterday morning. a few degrees cooler for some. santa rosa, 59. san francisco, 58. upper 60s, oakland. san jose, 65. temperatures are a few degrees cooler over concord, livermore and the north bay. 2 degrees cooler over santa rosa. a mix of sun and clouds. onshore breeze through feel filled still going. 20 miles an hour. even stronger earlier. the cold pacificare will
continue to contribute to the cooldown. a look at the futurecast. cloud cover expected to pull back. partly cloudy along the coast today. mostly clear elsewhere. and look at the color coding. we have 60s at the coast. we have 60s and 70s around the bay. upper 70s to some low 80s expected far inland. before i let you go, we will look at the numbers. 77, redwood city. low 80s, livermore. northbay, 77 is the afternoon high for napa. temperatures warm up tomorrow. eventually again the hot weather is making a comeback. details in the extended forecast coming up. crews are busy replacing nearly a mile of bart track in lafayette. two large crane set up on east on highway 24. the lanes will remain closed until tomorrow morning. there is no train service today
between the orinda and walnut creek stations. bart has a bus bridge to get passengers around. the agency is warning people of delays of up to 40 minutes and the traffic will back up a bit on 24 as well. a group will take a move. the move comes after a woman was attacked in this area last week. sara, good morning. >> the group does oppose the plan for the navigation center. it will go right here just beyond the fence. that is where the navigation center is expected to be built in san francisco right here across from the embarkadero. it will be the largest in the city and will have 200 beds available from the homeless.
many argue there is a lot of crime that happens in the area including an attack on a woman who was walking home on beale street. her condo is right next to the center's plan location. the victim will also be at the news conference speaking out against the center. the alleged suspect in the attack, james benson, was arrested and released within 72 hours. after public backlash, the judge ordered him to wear an ankle monitor. >> i have never felt so unsafe in my life. what are they waiting for? what are they doing? they have one responsibility and that is to protect us. >> let in june maryland and said "we have people suffering on the streets and we need to be able to provide them with the care and services they need. this safe navigation center will help us do that. the news conference logo starting at 10:00 this morning and we will have all the details tonight at 6:00. in san francisco, ktvu fox2
news. authorities in northern california are looking for a hiker who has been missing since last sunday. the trinity county sheriff's office said this man, daniel cummins, is an experienced hiker who was on a five day hiking trip to the trinity alps which is 75 owe miles northwest of redding but was reported missing wednesday after he did not return home. authorities say he does have a cell phone and gps tracker on him but they cannot get a signal from either device. officials found his car and other backpackers said they saw his body sunday. a high-risk sex offender in jail this morning after police say he chased several women and separate incidents in san rafael. police say three women reported being chased or followed by a man matching the same description yesterday morning. 39-year-old willie jones was arrested after the third women ran into the building and
called 911. when police arrived, they said jones climbed on to a nearby roof and surrendered after two hours of negotiations. police say jones had just been released from jail august 9th and was out of compliance with his sex offender registration requirements. a san francisco man is in jail after being accused of assaulting and robbing an employee at a mall in san bruno. police say 21-year-old trinidad walked into a store in the mall just after 11:00 yesterday morning. police said he stole personal items from an employee before he took off. he was arrested a short time later during a traffic stop. tracking developing news. pro-democracy protests in hong kong, in the 11th straight weekend. today's demonstration became the largest with people marching in the streets of hong kong. peaceful protests become just a day after thousands took to the streets yesterday during rain
and occasional thunderstorms. the pro-democracy groups are demanding the resignation of city leaders calling for a democratic election and an independent investigation into police use of force. >> pro-government and police supporters held a rally yesterday. many of the participants waited there and were waving a chinese flag and were seen giving a thumbs up to the police. this is kind of like the political divide in the semi autonomous chinese territory. hundreds of people rallied at san francisco city hall demanding stricter gun laws after all the recent shootings. >> the crowd demanded congress return to work and pass gun legislation that could
reduce the number of shootings in america. the demonstrators were mostly from two groups, moms demand action and every town for gun safety. some of the people we talked with explained why they are taking the issue so personally. >> we walk into a classroom and sit by the door and think, would i be the first to get shot? we look around the room and think, what would we used to throw at the shooter? >> many of the people at last night's rallies say that after the most recent series of shootings, they have noticed more concern for more people and for a longer period of time than ever before. >> the outcry for tougher gun laws are affecting some members of congress. the house judiciary committee plans to return to work september 4th. that will be five days earlier than scheduled. chair jerry nadler says his committee will consider bills
that would include ban equipment that allows guns to shoot more than 10 rounds before reloading. jerry nadler says there will also be a hearing on military style assault weapons. the previous ban on those guns expired in 2004. it is 9:10 a.m. coming up, addressing sanitation problems on bart. the new plan from the agency to give trains and stations some extra cleaning attention. next, prince alexander and princess katherine of serbia are in the bay area and will join us in a moment to talk about their charitable project. stay right there. ♪
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good morning. a gorgeous start to the day. take a look at that here we have a sailboat on the way out. if you are thinking about getting out and about, another gorgeous one when it comes to the temperatures. we will continue to see the afternoon highs drop off just a little more as we get into sunday. we do have a warm up coming our way for the week ahead. and we have details in the extended forecast coming up. we have the honor this morning of having his royal highness and her royal highness
of serbia here with us on mornings on two. they are visiting the bay area and graciously agreed to come in to the studio. thank you for coming in. what a privilege to have you here. i want to talk about the story that brought you here. it is interesting. the fact that you are royalty. but you have been spending the weekend at comicon. >> amazing. >> we are very grateful to be guests of rick white who came and asked us to come here. we have been visiting every day, the convention center. >> are you big comicon fans a? >> yes. to see all of these people walking around, it is great. >> do you have a favorite superhero? >> they have all done a great job. a super job.
they are helping our charity and i'm very proud of my wife. she is a patron of lifeline who was a 501c3 in the united states tax-deductible and it helps the serbian children regardless of religion or origin. so they have been strongly helping. and we have been going around talk about it and they have been introducing us to fantastic people. >> and you guys do a lot of fundraising. in serbia, you are part of the royal family. in terms of using what you are given, to promote and help people. what is the issue in serbia? do you do a lot of medical equipment and a lot of help to children and hospitals? tell me the message you have for all the people you are talking to this weekend. >> first of all, it is a privilege to be here and to
have friends like steve and rick. they have been incredible. they have tried so hard to bring the attention to everyone that we are there. and we are here to save lives. and we all want to unite together to make a difference. so i believe that, you know, i can see that steve and rick have really invested their lives and connecting the world through technology and now connecting the humanitarian parts of the world. and comicon is bringing this to all these people who enjoy themselves and saving lives at the same time. >> tell us what the situation is in serbia and the situation you are trying to address. >> first of all, we like to say that there is strategy for
war but no strategy for peace. until we all unite and ask for peace, it is difficult to have peace. there are so many people in need, so how many people can really feel happy when there are people dying in other parts of the world. it is a privilege to make a difference and we are trying to make a help regardless. we are trying to help the children. the country was at war for 10 years in serbia. and thanks to the project and the ceo sending the containers to me. we filled the hospitals with what we needed. >> how many donations are you getting from americans? >> amazing. the united states has been the best. >> they are saving our country. i was thinking that if every american tried a little bit to make a difference, but we have
to remember that our children are the future philanthropists. and we have to raise them with learning the joy of giving, like i have learned the joy of giving from my parents who are very big philanthropists. i have always asked god for an opportunity to make a difference. and god blessed me with this wonderful husband and the opportunity to help. people say, i have never met a princess before. princess is just a title. it is an opportunity to make a difference. if you don't have your crown in your heart, then what is the name? this is what is wonderful for my husband. that is what united us. he has his crown in his heart. we are fully aware of our responsibilities. monarchy means unity it is above politics and above all of that. we are there for the people. >> tell me about it. we have some pictures of the work you are doing and the
donations you have gotten. i know both of you have connections to the united states and have children that live here. you have connections all over. when you are talking to americans, you are telling them about what this equipment as and the situations there. sometimes i think americans, if they are not as well-traveled or if they have to cross an ocean to visit these other countries, what are you trying to tell them about the things you see and the things you have in serbia to connect to? >> this is a project where a hospital desperately needs a new room for deliveries. they have four times the amount of deliveries as before and they have not been able to grow into more. so they cannot have people waiting to deliver a baby. there is no time for that. this is what is hurting me now.
i am looking to build a new operating room in this particular hospital because we don't want the women waiting to deliver to not have the space to deliver. we must try to respect every life, regardless of when the life is born. >> the passion you have is so easy to see with both of you. and just speaking to you for a few minutes before, this mission that you have gone on together, you travel everywhere. when i read where you have been, you have been nonstop. do you think that the fact that you are part of the royal family, queen elizabeth being your godmother and king george, that it is almost surreal to americans i think, the royal family. but meeting you face-to-face and hearing the passion from which you seek on these issues really goes a long ways to further the cause and help people.
>> i must admit that the connection does help. it draws people together. it also promotes the needs which are extraordinary. we visited all the hospitals in serbia and the conditions are very bad. they would show us two incredible rooms. you would find a nightmare. there was need for every kind of medical piece of equipment you could ever imagine. and the training of doctors. my wife has an event ever your bringing 100 doctors from the border and 500 domestic doctors. bringing them up to date with the latest techniques. this november, there is an event to deal with cancer. cancer is a very big issue in serbia like it is in the united states. so to learn about the latest techniques. she works very hard. >> the united states is helping us. >> tremendously. >> tremendously. >> the medical we have now,
june 18th of 2020 is the next one. there will be an event in november for cancer. we have the highest incidence of infant mortality in europe. because for 10 years of war, the women did not want to have children. and started having a family when they finally had peace, then they were too old. and they could not carry the baby for nine months so a majority of the babies were born premature. so you have 15 babies being born. i was in tears. i asked god to help me try to save my babies. and we raised the funds to get 200 incubators. i said god bless you. let's save the babies. because nobody has an
opportunity to be in the position and not take the opportunity to help. all of these babies we are losing them right in front of our eyes. as a mother and as a woman, it was impossible. and the worry was incredible. the highest incident of breast cancer in europe. things to the foundation, i got half a million dollars and was able to get digital mammography and we have examined more than 100,000 women for breast cancer. we save all these young mothers. one was dying after the other. we have a responsibility in this world. and we all have to do our part. >> there are also incredible companies. one in the united states that gave the digital mammography machine worth $300,000 for free. and the united states ambassador came with it to a
big city down south and delivered it. we work closely with the united states. >> it is incredible to see you and the work you are doing and the generosity i am glad to hear is coming from the united states. that gives us a lot of pride that people are stepping up to help. you have a website where people can learn more. it is called lifeline. >> lifelineny.org. and royal.u.s. >> we just celibate of this year, the 25 years of the chicago office. and now we will celebrate the 25 years in new york. one in toronto, canada. one in london where we just celebrated 25 years. and we have one in athens. we are trying very hard. my husband's grandfather was the king of greece. and his other grandfather was the king of yugoslavia. and here is my king. i am grateful to god that i
have this opportunity. but without friends like steve and rick, bringing us here to comicon and bringing the humanitarian help through that, it is a blessing. one that the people are enjoying. they are saving lives. >> i really don't believe people would have thought that comicon was the place for this to be spread. but i'm glad that it was. crown prince and princess, thank you. >> thank you very much. >> we so appreciate it. >> we really appreciate the opportunity that your studio gave us in the start time to be here. thank you very much for giving us the opportunity. god bless you. >> we will be on ktvu.com putting on all the links to their website and all the information so you can learn more and help. that is on ktvu.com. mornings on two will be right back.
9:27 a.m. students at a wisconsin school have some new information on their identification this year. all cards will have information about suicide crisis hotlines. all in an effort to give students a life-saving tool for either themselves or their friends. ely patrick and mom robin went to the school principal with the idea after one of ely's friends committed suicide earlier in the year. they said they want to help kids who need someone to talk to. >> i want people to know that they can contact people so that they know where to go to get help. we can't save everybody. but if we can help some. whether it is a simple identification card, we need ideas. we have to pursue it. it is the second leading cause of death in teenagers. >> they are planning a
petition for other schools to have the very same program. a number of california university is ranked the top 10 of the best colleges and according to money magazine. if you are uc irvine alumni, you are number one. ucla and uc davis. then stanford. this involves tuition, graduation rates and early career earnings. the rolling stones are making their first step in the bay area and six years. the iconic rock band is playing at levi stadium tonight. the show will have an opening act. that starts at 7:30. it is likely they won't take the stage until after 8:00. if they play a two hours that, that would push them past the 10:00 p.m. curfew. the city has not said when they
will do that. but usually it finds the 49ers who of course operate the stadium. caltrans making it easier to get to and from the concert. people can get a day pass covering both agencies ahead of time. and take caltrain to the mountain view station. after the show, they are coordinating schedules so that fans can get back to mountain view and time for caltrain. it will make all the local stops between mountain view and san francisco. the train is scheduled to leave the station 75 minutes after the concert is over. if you are looking for a fun sunday activity for the entire family, you may want to go to martinez today. the art in the park show is going on. more on that coming up. neighbors are raising opposition to a plan, a
orinda and walnut. there is a bus shuttle in between. on 24, you will hit some traffic. taking up one and perhaps two lanes there. do take note heading that way. good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. great to have you on board. >> we have a check of the forecast which is looking good. i like it today. i might not like it thursday. >> the heat is going to make a return. more on that in the extended forecast. a mix of sun and clouds. beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge. you can see the clouds and fog over the count. >> this afternoon, mostly sunny skies away from the coast. along the coast, partly sunny,
to partly cloudy. upper 50s. santa rosa, san francisco pick upper 60s, oakland, and livermore and san jose in the 60s. temperatures are cooler this morning for the enter east bay. concord, livermore and the northbay, santa rosa down by 2 degrees. a look at the cloud cover along the coast. and over areas of the north and east bay areas where we have a mix of sun and clouds over vallejo and into the richmond area. wind onshore and gusting at 28 miles an hour. cool pacific air being pumped through into the sacramento valley. with that, temperatures are expected to continue on a downward trend. 80 degrees, concord. yesterday, 83. livermore, dropping off by about 5 degrees. san jose, afternoon high 78. yesterday was 84. a better look at what to expect along the coast. 62, pacifica. in the northbay, upper 70s from napa into santa rosa.
we begin a warming trend. i have details oe extended forecast coming up. another victim of the devastating camp fire has been identified. the view county sheriff's office positively identified the remains of judith pifer. she was one of 86 people that perished in the wildfire. three people have been tentatively identified but not yet named by the sheriff's office. two other victims are unknown. in the aftermath of the camp fire, 30s used dna testing to identify remains of the victims which they say has been a slow process. crews are battling wildfire in their opponent mariposa county. the fire is 30% contained. health fire is tackling the fire from the ground and air. people in the area are told to prepare for evacuations. so far, no structures have been damaged. there are about 20 structures threatened. the jury for the ghost ship warehouse trial expected to resume. the defendants face 36 counts
of manslaughter if they are found guilty. last week the jury requested to have some of the testimony from the trial reread to them includsome of the testimony of one of the defendants. last thursday they asked to hear the read back of testimony from one witness who was a ghost ship tenant with described how she escaped the flames. a group has become more vocal everywoman was attacked on the san francisco embarkadero. we are live and san francisco with more about this plan for a navigation center in that neighborhood. good morning, sara. >> reporter: good morning. that is right. the group is expected to speak in about 30 minutes. they are against the proposed navigation center which is supposed to be built right behind me. it is blocked off now but it is across the street from the embarkadero pick the plans for
the center include having 200 beds available for the homeless making it the largest navigation center in san francisco. members of safe embarkadero for all hope to stop the construction. they filed a lawsuit and a temporary restraining order. they argue there is a lot of crime that happens in the area and it will be made worse by the center. this comes days after an attack on a woman that was walking home on beale street. police say the victim was attacked by austin vincent, a man with mental health issues. he was arrested and released within 72 hours. after public backlash, the judge ordered him to our and ankle monitor. the woman was still shaken and will also be at the news conference speaking out there we spoke to her earlier in the week about the attack. >> what is preventing him from attacking another woman tonight. get on drugs. it on getting high again.
>> mayor london breed released a statement about the center saying "when we have people suffering on the streets, we need to be able to provide them with the care and services they need." the news conference starts at 10:00 this morning and we will bring all the details to you tonight on ktvu at 6:00. live in san francisco, ktvu fox2 news. if you are looking for some fun on this sunday, some activity for the entire family, you may want to go to martinez. it is the 50th anniversary of art in the park. 60 artists will show off work along with live music, food trucks and a frosty beverage. joining the is the event coordinator and manager vernon sanders. >> how are you doing? >> doing great. >> tell us what people can expect if they have never been.
>> we have art vendors, craft vendors, jewelry, weaving, candles, photography and woodworking. all the arts and crafts are all handmade. there are about 60 plus vendors here. we also have four food trucks for the afternoon for snacks. we have beer. beers supplied by one of the local breweries. we have wine. there are kids with soda and water and that sort of thing. >> the music starts at about 10:30. we have five bands. >> we will talk about the music in a moment. we will see a lot of the art. we are seeing a lot of it from last year. can you tell us if people will be creating art as well? >> no. there are no actual
demonstrations or creating of art here. that is all done ahead of time. it would be nice if we could do that but we have not had that. we do have the silent auction which a lot of the artists have donated a piece to the auction and then the proceeds will go to the scholarships for the students. >> let's talk about the band. i know you have four or five bands that will rock the socks off of people there. tell us about that. >> starting up the morning quiet with thomas martin. coming up after that is a group called unconquered. and they play blues and stuff. after that we have land birds. some british inspired and a lively fun band. then we have paper kayak. rounding out the evening at about 8:30 is a returning blues
band. and as an added feature, we have phil bennett, the keyboard player for jefferson starship. so that will be rocking the house. >> i know you have lived in martinez a number of years. i used to live there as well. tell us -- martinez might be one of the best kept secrets. there is a lot going on downtown there too. >> there is a lot going on. and more all the time. best kept secret yet. we like it. but you don't mind putting the word out. we have a lot of fun stuff. some new breweries downtown and restaurants. a great greek restaurant. we have chinese food. we have asian fusion. pizza places.
>> sounds good. and a lot of artists. thank you. we wish you the best. >> thank you very much. >> there is all the information you need to know from 10:00 until 5:00 today. susanna park in martinez. music, fun, family and a lot of art. check it out today and you will not be disappointed. >> the weather looks perfect as well. the giants had a great night last night against the diamondbacks. >> they have had a couple of great nights. highlights from that game as they get ready for one more game this afternoon. check it out. a little bit of a treat for you. we are talking about all the food and fun in store. stay with us. we will be right back. here's one you guys will like.
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good morning. a beautiful start to the day. a mix of sun and clouds. onshore breeze. temperatures continuing to cool as we get into the afternoon. i will have a look at what to expect today in the warming trend expected for the week ahead coming up. if you are looking for a slice of puerto rico, this is the place to be saturday the 24th. the 18th annual festival for the largest puerto rican festival. last year over 4000 took part. after you see some of the food and fun, you may want to head there too. let's check out the chef. a little high five there. that is from mary's kitchen
over in vacaville. first and foremost, let's talk about the festival. what can people expect? >> it is a puerto rican festival. we bring music from puerto rico and the east coast and the bay area. directly from puerto rico, we will have tony vega. we are going to have some amazing music. people who lovelatin music, it will be amazing. >> it is the kind of music where you just cannot sit still . >> this is all in a park up there as well. this will be saturday, august 24th. in vacaville. it is between sacramento and san francisco.
bring your lawn chairs under umbrellas. your domino tables. definitely bring your children. it is a family friendly event. >> and it can get hot. it is nice you have the park there that you can enjoy some food and beverage. >> we have an amazing children's area. waterslides, rockclimbing. >> david, you are from mary's kitchen. tell us what you brought. >> we are happy to be back to represent the island with a taste of puerto rico. >> it is the most popular dish. kind of like a meat patty. very tasty and savory. >> these are fried? >> yes. >> the other dish we have is
this. you cannot go to the festival without hearing people ask for this. >> potatoes and rice. >> the rice is a traditional race that is seasoned with seasonings from puerto rico and it pretty much makes it is staple. plenty of rice for you guys. >> this looks like a little chicken score. >> how does puerto rican cuisine differ from other latin dishes that we know? >> we are more of a savory type of dish. other countries, they use a lot of spices. we use a lot of seasoning. we do a lot of foods that include vegetables, pork, plan teens. >> all right.
it is all kicking off next saturday. thank you for coming in. >> pleasure to meet you. the food is delightful. >> here is all the information you need to know. the puerto rican festival in vacaville next saturday august the 24th. $25 in advance. $30 at the gate. it goes from 10:00 until 7:00. should be a great party. >> let's kick it over to rosemary. >> we have some nice weather coming our way. getting out and about, maybe a festival for this weekend and today. temperatures are beginning to rebounds. partly cloudy skies over the coast and a little bit of cloud cover. as we get into the second part of the afternoon, temperatures are expected to drop just a few more degrees. today will be the coolest day. 67 degrees right now in
concord. 61, napa. upper 50s at this hour and downtown san francisco. mid-60s over the south bay of san jose. temperatures are similar to yesterday. if you degrees cooler and some areas. the north bay dealing with cloud cover. you come inside the bay inland and east bay in south bay, mostly sunny skies at this time. the onshore breeze has remained with us all morning. still gusting at 28 miles an hour through fairfield. we talk about this a lot. it is a good indicator as to whether or not the inland cities will continue to feel the cool pacific air. and with that, temperatures will be even cooler than yesterday. for the afternoon, if you will see the oakland a's play, game time is 1:05 p.m. partly sunny to partly cloudy. southwest breeze at 15. into the north bay today, upper 60s sausalito. upper 70s, novato. upper 70s, napa. heading to the east bay, 73, san leandro.
low 80s, danville. low 80s, antioch. the south bay, beautiful day. san jose, 78. upper 70s for saratoga and los gatos. for the peninsula today, redwood city, 77. 66, the city of san francisco. yesterday san francisco had about 69. so we are going to continue to drop the temperature is down slightly. as we get into the extended forecast, i must have turned it off. we will have a look at that coming up and a little bit. >> it is going to warm up. we will look at that when we come back. stay with us. mornings on two will be right back. ♪
don't look now but the giants are just a win away from a desert sweep of the diamondbacks. another impressive winter last night behind a rookie pitcher of logan webb making his first major-league start. he was money. down 2-0 in the second. woke up big time here. loaded up here. all coming home. a grand slam. the giants never look back. 4-2 after two. here is logan webb. mowing down everyone. and here we go. a nice single by the giants here scoring another run. as the giants going to win. and the giants going to win the game by a final of 11-6. now just two and a half back in the
wild-card race. let's go to the oakland a's. they are hot too. they are in sleep mode. astros in town. loaded up from matt olson in the third. this is a single. and the a's go up 3-2 pick up by 5-2 in the fifth. another by metals in. another single. another rbi. 13 hits against a good houston team. winning by a final of 8-4. now half-game back in the wildcard standings. >> and the bluegrass festival announces its fourth round of performers this week. artists such as the infamous spring dusters and caitlin kampe will join the line above the festival. now in the 19th year. recently announced positions included hot tuna electric, poor means whiskey and chuck profit and the mission express. the free outdoor concert will take place the very 1st weekend of october. this bluegrass festival is every year at locations in
golden gate park. the weather is nice today. >> looking at upper 70s to the low 80s for the warmer locations. so enjoy it. as he will notice, getting back to work monday, temperatures climb a little bit. we will continue to see numbers move into the upward direction by tuesday. and the heat is on wednesday into thursday. >> moving in the direction of food, we have frank and rosemary over there. what are you trying? >> empanadas. >> so unique. >> let's give it a go. >> you ditched me again. >> i love them. >> it will be a big weekend. if you are jealous, you can head to vacaville next saturday. >> amazing chef. . >> i would agree as well.
>> i'm dana perino in for chris wallace. president trump delays tariffs on china amid concerns a drawn-out trade war could hit home. ♪ >> the christmas season, just in case some of the tariffs would have an impact on u.s. customers. >> markets areg bouncck after a plunge but investors are wary as china threatens to retaliate. >> i never said china was going to be easy, but it's not tough. they want to make a deal. >> dana: will discuss the president's move and concerns we are headed for a recession with white house economic advisor larry kudlow. then, montana governor and democratic presidential candidate steve bolick comes out swinging against the dnc. will ask the governor about his uphill climb to make the next debate stage, it's a "fox news sunday"